Jeff Sahadeo

Migrant Voices in a Global Moscow

Central Asian migrant labor has fueled Moscow and other major Russian cities since the oil boom of the 2000s—a pattern dating back to the Soviet era. As Jeff Sahadeo demonstrates, Cold War Moscow was more than just “spies and hockey players, ballerinas and babushkas."

Julius Koschnick

What Goes Up Must Come Down: The Story Behind the GameStop Frenzy

Did Redditors use GameStop to break the stock market? Not exactly—financial innovations often lead to speculative bubbles. Julius Koschnick explains.

Ed Harvey

A Passage to India?

As post-Brexit Britain reshuffles its foreign policy priorities, Ed Harvey discusses the ultimate obstacle in the UK’s relations with India: its colonial past.

Émilie Herbert-Pontonnier

What the History of the Roma Can Tell Us About the Dangers of Surveillance Futures

Governmental surveillance of citizens’ daily lives has reached a new high—raising fears that it’s here to stay. For the Roma community, such intrusion is nothing new.

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Migrant Voices in a Global Moscow

Central Asian migrant labor has fueled Moscow and other major Russian cities since the oil boom of the 2000s—a pattern dating back to the Soviet era. As Jeff Sahadeo demonstrates, Cold War Moscow was more than just “spies and hockey players, ballerinas and babushkas.”

A Passage to India?

As post-Brexit Britain reshuffles its foreign policy priorities, Ed Harvey discusses the ultimate obstacle in the UK’s relations with India: its colonial past.

Unity By Gun

Last year, Abiy Ahmed won the Nobel Peace Prize. Now, his country is headed for another civil war. How did we end up here again? Jaclynn Ashly investigates in our special feature on Ethiopia.


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